Where Loyalty Leads

Loyalty gets you places. Good places. It doesn’t always feel that way or look that way.

In fact, it often seems the opposite is true, that being loyal is out of touch. The politically saavy move and the shrewd choice is about agreeing to what you need to for the moment.

That’s loyal to the moment but not to the deeper, more meaningful thing that is you. It’s disloyal to you.

Being loyal to you–which emerges from that first loyalty of being loyal to God–leads to shimmering beauty. No matter how circuitous the path, loyalty ends in the neighborhood of strength.

2 Comments

  1. Yes indeed! I was pondering my perspective of loyalty on yesterday, and my thoughts were similar. Thanks for the encouragement

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